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Downtown Utica property owners getting MVHS offer letters

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Downtown Utica property owners getting MVHS offer letters

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Downtown Utica property owners getting MVHS offer letters
http://chic.clipsyndicate.com/video/playlist/12487/7222117?cpt=8&wpid=2637 Tue, 02 Jan 2018 22:06:43 +0000 Downtown Utica property owners getting MVHS offer letters Downtown Utica property owners getting MVHS offer letters http://chic.clipsyndicate.com/video/playlist/12487/7222117?cpt=8&wpid=2637 WKTV mvhs, which might have to take properties from unwilling owners via eminent domain. one downtown business that works to alleviate local hunger says their offer from the hospital was so low....they're 99% sure it has to be a mistake. newschannel 2's joleen ferris has more. compassion coalition calls what they do 'alleviating food insecurity in a food desert. but the say mvhs's eminent domain offer for their current property isn't even enough for them to move to another location even one fourth their current size the compassion coalition, on lafayette street, in utica, is a licensed salvager in new york state, dealing with vendors to get and then distribute products to nearly 50,000 people a month, through 125 plus member agencies. many they serve are elderly, homebound, or younger than 16 years old. the compassion coalition recently told their facebook followers that their emminent domain offer from mvhs was so low, they were virtually certain it had to be a mistake. :48 "i don't believe the appraisal was a mistake. i do think that he pray has an opinion of whether or not the amount was the correct amount based on his valuation of his own property" 35 offer lette nt out to property owners in the hospital zone in the first round; 11 more are coming, for a total of 46. so far, hospital officials say reponses to the letter range from where do i sign? to, no thanks. 4:18 "more on the positive, fewer on the negative" 4:25 "willing to sell and asking just a few clarification questions" other property ownersn thehospi got letters with offers they felt were low for their property. but that they're willing to talk to hospital attorneys about why, and hopefully change that appraisal. stand up officials with the compassion coalition say they're meeting with oneida county executive anthony picente this week, although what, if anything, the county can do to help them at this point is unclear. in utica, jf, nc2. how would you like to





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